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.Vie in Meet
I Sots Jackson Soholz, 'ae of the" pre
mier tpnnun o tha world. 01 ooTer til na
tional amateur track and field championship
for the I". P. from th stantfpomt f the rtm
teibiti tbemsclTea. Set oil' ia a member of the
f ettaies t the sport nw aerTire hereafter.
He is an expert in track and field atiiisties.
inci tba last few years- i ,
Br JMkKa V. Schola
TTnited Press Staff CorresDOadcnt
NEWARK, N. J- Sept. t.iV. P.,
The entry Met for the National
A. iA- U. championships, starting here
today, ia formidable enough to cause
the contestant many anxious mo
menta before their events are called,
and to afford the fans a good deal of
satisfaction In the anticipation of ex
hibitions of peed, strength and endur
ance. ' ,
QTXABTEB TO BE FEATUBE
The quarter mile, to e run on Sat
urday looks now to be the feature of
the meet, both from the standpoint of
fast time and keen competition, and
win probably be chalked up aa one of
the track history's great races. The
talent in this event is inspiring to the
Initiated, for it is seldom that a coterie
of ; stars can be brought together on
one track. ll of whose records are of
such championship caliber.
Five of the starters are credited
with time well under $0 seconds, and
lfs no rash statement to say they
will all cross the finish line within 10
feet of each other.
The following- men have records of
48 8-5 seconds for the' distance, and it
is a tossup which of the five will at
tain the coveted title. Jake Driscoll,
Boston A, A. : Alien Woodring, Mead
wbrook club : Billy Stevenson of
Princeton : Larry Brown of Penn.. and
Schiller, Los Angeles A. C.
CQIXEGIAITS 3COT VS SHAPE
Paddock's absence from the sprints
is regrettable, but It is doubtful if his
presence would make tha result any
more certain. Such even time men as
Leconey, McAllister, Murchlson, Jones,
Farrell. Paulin and Hays would give
the present tltleholder a busy 10 sec
onds. Leconey at another time of t"he ses
sion, would be the choice in thfe event
the 220 yard dash Judging from
past recent penorraances, out in. -me
national A. A. .U., which is always
held in the fall of the year, college
men seldom "come through." It is
eay to explain, because of the fact
that they are trained to perfect shape
early in the" season by, every device
that the school can afford, and after
they break training it is almost im
possible to regain their former edge
later in the season With limited iacu
lties. Murchison has always been In
shape for the championships, and will
always bear watching'.. .
rTKE Portland Independents defeated
JL j the Pacific Fruit & Produce com
pany" baseball team, 3 to 2. in 11 in
nings on the Kast 12th and East Davis
streets grounds last Sunday afternoon.
The Independents would like to ar
range a game for next Sunday to close
the 1922 campaign. Cat; Manager Oiler
at Kast 8430.
Bandon. Or.. Sept. 8. By defeating
North Bend on the North Bend baseball
grounds last Sunday, Bandon ' came
into possession of the $250 cash prize
offered to the team winning; the coun
ty league championship for 1922. The
score was 5 to 3. Marssfie?d finished
second In the circuit,' . ' ; v
Carver, Or.. Sept. S After winning
the! first game, 5 to 4, the Woodstock
baseball team of Portland only played
five innings of the second contest
against the Carver tossers here last
Sunday afternoon and at that time ha
count read 15 to 4 in favor of tha lo
cals. Moore's fielding1 was the sensa
tion for the Carver team while Ames
and Slater poled out several long hits
la both engagements.
The scheduled games for Sunday aft
ernoon in the Wright & Dits4n first
annual baseball tournament for the
Columbia Park grounds calls for
Fehne's All-Stars to meet Fulton Ath
letic club while the Nicolal Door &
I,umber company will tangle with the
Arleta Athletic clab in the second
game. Tha All-Stars and Fulton will
take to the field promptly at 1 :30
Columbia Park Will
Have Sunday Games
Excitement prevails in bush league
circles of Portland 'for the two upsets
which occurred in the Wright Ditson
annual fall baseball tournament last
Sunday and Monday have caused the
defeated managers to seek strengthen
ing material. ,Ben Feetham's Nicolal
Door Lumber company squad is
VEARS of care-
... i . is i
prescriptions . ha
made folk think
Nau and , pres
cription in the
Klamatlr Falls '
Hunter Bags Two
With One Shot
Klamath Palls, Sept. S-Here's a
real heating yarn as related by J.
A. Parker, a Klamath eosaty
raarher residing near BIy
While haatlag aear his ranch
Parker said, he saw a eoal black,
deer. The animal was small la
las' and bore a set of aatlers which
were "lnTelTet" and also blaek. Bat
Parker did sot shoot the remark,
able deer not then, at least.
Later he came across an ordinary
or garden variety of back which he
brosght sown with a shot from his
rifle. Walking over to his game, he
was startled to see the brash sf
nig a short distance away. Grasp
lag his rifle, as moved slowly to.
ward the brass, to Investigate. He
was amazed to find the black back
Just kicking Its last kick.
Parker had killed both deer with
one shot, aad he had not even sees
the black back when he fired.
Girls Play Great
Mrs. Northup Wins
rriHE largest gallery of the week
X turned out Thursday afternoon
to witness the women's doubles match,
Betty Hatch and Camilla Burton vs.
Nona McLean and Jane Cochran, in
the annual city tennis tournament now
being staged on the Multnomah Ama
teur Athletic club courts. All are
Junior girls and nsany of the old
timers who were on hand to see the
youngsters perform expressed them
selves as being delighted over the
Miss Hatch, who is the 1922 inter
scholastic girls champion of Portland,
and Miss Burton were victorious in two
straight sets, 12-10, 6-4. The first set
brought out some clever work on the
part of both sides during the 22 games.
In the Women's singles Mrs. W. J.
Northup worked her way to the semi
finals by eliminating Mrs. Eliot Ha
worth, 6-1. 6-2.
Following are the results of Thurs
Men's singles T. C. Smith defeated James
Mackis. 7-5, 0-8, 8-0; A. D. Waseman de
tested R. L. Sabin Jr., 8-10, 7-5, 6-1: Henry
Nser defeated T. M. DuDne by default; Cat
tin, Wolfard-defeated Robert Hooas, 6-1, 6-0;
A. 8. Frohman defeated A. Goidblatt, 6-2,
6-1; E. Wilson defeated Will tii'ier. 6-1.
6-8; C O. Jones defeated B. Tonhicka. 6-2,
6-1 : Richard Hoot- defeated George Nioka.
6- 2. 4-6. 6-2; Eddie Murphy defeated Ben
Lombard. 6-0, 6-1; Walter Goss defeated
Eddie Murphy, 8-6, 6-4.
Women's singles Madeline Steffen. de
feated Mrs. F. C. Smith, 8-6, 6-1; Irene
Campbell- defeated Mrs. Wilson Ciark. 6-1.
7- 5; Hit. W. I. Northup defeated Mrs. Ha
worth. 6-TT 6-2 ; Beatrice Pliippa defeated
Inez Fairchild, 6-3. 6-1.
Sltn's doubles A. D. Wakeman and F. C.
Smrth defeated Jones and Munro, 6-3, 6-4 ;
A. S. Frohman and Msckie defeated A. B.
McAlpin and T. Morris IHmne, 6-2. 6-4:
Ted Steffen and Dr. E. P. St.nmeU defeated
K. Wade and R. Yoshioka, 6-2, 6 1.
Women's doubles Camiile Burton and
Betty Hatch defeated Mod McLean and Jane
Cochran, 12-10, 6-4; Ann Towey and
Beatrice Fhipps defeated Inez Fairchild and
Madeline Steffen. 6-3. 6-3.
Mixed doubles Jafnes Mackie and Mrs.
H. Wentworth defeated Susan Tucker and R.
ElL'worth, 6-0. 6-0.
This afternoon's schedule follows:
2:80 o'clock Wolfard and MacTeagh
eersua Goss and Korris.
3:30 o'clook Cole and I-U-'A Tersus Mayo
and Mead; Beatrice Phipps ersu Irene Camp
bell; Henry Jsecr versus Catlin Wolfard;
Recers Mac Teach Tersus winner of Skiyes
McKinlay: 4 o'clock Mrs. H. Wentworth and Mrs.
Irwin rersus Ann Towey and Beatrice Phipps;
E. Wilson Tenuis A. I. Wakeman; Mr. and
Mr. "r. C. Smith . Tersus ; Major and Mrs.
Mayor 8tlla fording and Catlin Wol.ard
Tersus Florence Breen and Imboden 'Parrish;
Betty Batch and .Will Girlr Tersus Tercy
Lewis and Mrs. Northup. , ,
5 o'clock Beatrice Fhipps sad Hutchin
son Tersus Susanna Piatt and A L. Mills Jr..
Dr. E. P. Bteinmets Tersus W. A. Gos;
Hoocs and Hoo Terms Wakeman and Smith:
-Westerman and Murphy Tersus Kendall ana
heading the Ijst with two victories and
.there are 1 many fans of the opinion
that the Doormakers will cop the -gold
medals and trophy which will go to the
winning combination after the sixth
Next Sunday afternoon Nicolal meets
the Arleta Athletic club and Ben
Fenne's All-Stars take on the Fulton
Athletic club representatives, both
games to be staged on the Columbia
Park grounds, starting at 1:30 o clock.
COACH SAUNDERS of the Jachson
' Park football team has issued
orders for his players to show up at
the first workout, scheduled for next
Sunday morning at 9 :30 o'clock. The
athletes must corns to-' Jackson park
in their uniforms prepared for signal
practice, punting and forward passing.
Anyone interested In trying out for a
place on the eleven Is invited to meet
the coachst Sunday morning.
The Dunlway Park football team Is
being reorganized for the 1922 season,
ajjd Coach Levinson would like to have
all of last year's stars turn out Sunday
morning on the Duniway park grounds
at 10 o'clock. "lefty" Leonetti. Joe
Leonettl and Al Jacketta are three
new athletes who are expected to bid
for honors in addition to the following
from last year's squad: "Bullet"
Schats, Pete Pola, Tony Caputo, Jimmy
De Oro, Al Cash man. Jim Avolio, Carl
Censo and "Casey" Casciato.
Manager Oro R. Oiler has announced
his intentions of putting a football
team into the field under tfie colors of
the Portland Independents, and he has
issued instructions for the first prac
tice scheduled for next Sunday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock on the East 12th
and Kast Davis streets grounds. The
following players are expected to turn
out : E. Klein. "Buck" Hein, Al Burch
ell, Kenneth MeCormick, Keith Mc
cormick, "Hank" Hallier, head coach ;
Rex Crump, Raymond Bruster, Smith,
Leonettl. Smith. "West, Watson, Sam
Piazza and Frank Kirkrpa trick. His
prayers are requested to call him at
TOFTH FACES CHARGE
- Roseburg, Sept. S. Dewey Copeland,
Oakland youth, was arrested; Thursday
on a statutory charge and is being
held in the county Jail. The charge
Involves a 15-year-old Oakland girl,
who has been taken In charge by the
; juvenile court.
and AJLDER. STSk
, PACIFIO COAST LEAQUE
r LOS ANGELES
' . ' i vs
SUNQAW SCPTEBIBEIl 1S ,
Firs asms CaiM-saa
ARD OUKQAME SfOHOAT. SEPT. 11
At : , sa. -
Joe. Benjamin ' Due
To Arrive Tonight;
Boxes Here Sept, 15
MAYBE the Portland fistic fans are
going to sea . " Joe , Benfeunin
scramble through the ropes . again.
Handsome Joe. accompanied by Johnny
Dempeey. brother of Champion Jack,
is scheduled" to step off the rattlers to
night at 8 o'clock.
Since Benjamin has been scheduled
to box in Portland several times and
then called off negotiations ring fol
lowers have been skeptical about his
coming and many of them will not be
lieve Joe is going to box until he
actually starts training. .
Joe is scheduled to box Jimmy Sacco.
who last week won a decision over
Jack Josephs, the Minnesota battler.
The remainder of -the card has not
yet been arranged by Harry Hansen,
the commission matchmaker, but he
could not be making any mistake by
pitting Eddie Richards and Joe Egan
together In the semi-wind up attraction.
Richards, through, earnest work during
the summer -months, has greatly In
creased his knowledge - of the ring
game, and would like- to stive -tha Boa
tonia.ii little mora competition than
did "Battling" Ortega, i -
In hopes of drawing the, biggest
crowd of the season, the Portland box
ing commission plans to arrange for
seating capacity for 00 more fans.
Fall Bcgatta Is
Postponed a Week
r The annual fall regatta of the Port
land Rowing club will ba held Satur
day. September , a postponement of
one week being made 'necessary.. The
events will be staged in front of the
club property, just south of -the east
approach of tha Sell wood fenfy at the
foot of Harney avenue. Sculling as
well as canoe contests will he on the
program and the winners will be pre
sented with "P. R. C." pins.
Major Bat Kins
(By latarnatHmal Km Smile.) ,
Jt. K. Prt.
11$ 225 .1
84 185 .34
85 13? .S7S
S3 1S .358
lid 13 .340
its set .3S
48 12S1 .373
SI 14S -S55
S3 1S3 .354
88 151 .351
player. ' "-No. Season.
Ueusel, Kew York: 1 15
Lea, Philadelphia ........... 1 IS
Walker.' Philadelphia ............ 1 84
Taryan. Chicago 1 1
Leasae totals: - American. 486; fcational,
Player. G. AS.
mater. St. Louis... 129 5ST
CoSb, ttetrnt .... 120 470
Speaker. leUad. 120 419
Heilman, Ierajt. . . US 455
Tobin. St Lous. . , 137 S44
Hsrnaby. St. Loois. 1S3 B27
Tiernej. PtOabun. . S47
Viller. Oiieaso . . . . IS 403
Bis. Pittabors.. 137 SIT
Griases, Chicsse... 117 430
Thursday's huiafua bitters:
MII.I.EB: TO COACH
Vancouver. Waah.. Sept. . Cedric
(Hap) MiUer will coach the high
school football team again this year.
MUler wa s a star player ,- on the "Uni
versity of Washingtta football team
In. the days of Gil . Dohie, troiTersity
coa chwhea the TJ team was never de
feated. - '
Elects Xom Boss
Dr. Thomas W. Roes, acting chair
man of the Portland, munclpal boxing
commission, was named president of
th City Football league at the -organisation
meeting Wednesday night
and William Kerrigan was selected for
the vice presidency. Three teams.
Omega club of Vancouver. "Waah.,
coached by "Hap" Miller: St. Johns
Bachelors club, coached by Gene Hiatt,
and tha Albina players, tutored by Ted
Cook, signified their intentions of
joining the circuit, while Oregon City
ia expected to put in a team and it
may ba that Heinie Bttsch will organ
ise a squad to take its place among
the City leaguers.
" Another meeting will be held next
Monday, night on the seventh floor of
the, Oregon building. -Firth and Oak
streets, st ' which time a secretary-
J0!tT FORGET YOUB
JI&I HED DON'S
- DOWAGIAC CASTING
RODS AND JOB WELSH'S
"My Tackle Will
- The Storting Goods Msg
Rod Rejteiring t J
n Everything yf'
5th at Washington
treasurer tvill be elected . and rules
adopted. Air tnsnacers taterestcd are
requested to call,' I'rcsldent Robs a
Empire 0711. .' ' .. ' '
Let a fill yovr Uckl wgntSs sad
when - the bis ones f et haf ry,
yoo'Il hare what they want.
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